The number of personnel of Regardie increased practically twice in comparison with the number of personnel of Internal troops of the MIA of Russia on the basis of which it was created. This was stated by the Director of the Federal service of national guard troops of Russia Viktor Zolotov. Back in Regardie and to the possible granting of an investigative authority.

Gold said: “We think about preparing our officers to replenish, because, of course, with the creation of the new force structure the number of personnel has almost doubled and officers need to cook from a very young age.”

Gold gave as an example of this training is the work of the Moscow presidential cadet school of a name of Sholokhov: “There in the fifth grade receive a high school education, in addition to this master of military training. Also they are visited by experts in different areas of Ashwaria is sailors, airmen, medics, commandos. To the guys in the beginning of his career could choose a profession for the future.”

On possible new powers of Regardie talked of zamglavnogo Colonel-General Sergey Melikov. He also talked about this in the mainstream training of new personnel: “If the troops of the national guard of such powers will be given, then, of course, we will seek out the possibility of training of specialists in this very important, complex and serious direction.” (Quoted by “Interfax”.)

Colonel-General stressed that at the moment Asgardia is not engaged in investigative activities.

April 5, 2016, Russian President signed a decree on the basis of which, on the basis of Internal troops of the Ministry of interior created the Federal service of national guard troops Russia (Regardie). In its part internal troops of the interior Ministry, Riot police, SWAT, division of private security and licensing work.

In the regions the main task of Regardie called struggle against the “fifth column” and the revolutionary impulse.

The head of Regardie announced the doubling of the number of personnel in law enforcement agencies 20.05.2017

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